William J. Haddad
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Upon graduation, Haddad served in the Royal Canadian Navy as a lawyer during World War II, achieving the rank of Lieutenant. He was President of the Edmonton Bar Association in 1954 and took silk by becoming Queen's Counsel in 1957.
Family and Later years
Haddad had three children, Gail, Ronald and Kenneth.
Upon retirement, Haddad worked until the age of 93 for the Federal Courts as an Umpire under the Employment Insurance Act. He also served on the Hospital Privileges Board and set up a bursary in his name at the University of Alberta Faculty of Law.